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  • Grain Legumes – A CGIAR Research Program – Leveraging Legumes for the Poor

    Ten-Year Research Strategy for Pulse Crops

    PROTEIN & MICRONUTRIENT RICH

    Grain legumes are rich in protein, oil, and micronutrients such as iron and zinc – all of which tend to be deficient in the diets of the poor

    CLIMATE-HARDY and RESILIENT

    Most pulse crops are also dryland crops and have HIGH RESILIENCE to grow and produce under conditions of LIMITED WATER availability and HIGH TEMPERATURES

    NITROGEN FIXATION

    Legumes are unique in their ability to fix nitrogen in the soil from the atmosphere

    WATER EFFICIENT

    Legumes are comparatively more water efficient than any other protein source

    Why Pulses?

    PULSES | PLANET | PULSES Pulses for a Healthy Planet

    A useful Infographic resource that explains
    why pulses are crucial for people and planet.

    E-ATLAS for Dryland Cereal and Legume Crops

    An online tool to explore and analyze the suitability, distribution, constraint and consumption trends of dryland cereal and legume crops

    Visit: http://www.eatlasdcl.cgiar.org/

    PULSES FOR A HEALTHY PLANET

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    Leveraging legumes to combat poverty, hunger, malnutrition and environmental degradation
    Grain Legumes

    Grain Legumes is a partnership among four CGIAR Research Institutes: ICRISAT as lead center, CIAT, ICARDA and IITA, along with several public and private institutes and organizations, governments, and farmers worldwide.

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    The Phase 1 Grain legumes CRP has been Phased out.

    CRP performance period from 2012-2016 highlights can be viewed in the synthesis.

    Grain Legumes